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guards were injured in that blast. the tsa is delaying plans to let airline passengers carried pocket knives and some sporting equipment onto airplanes. it has been opposed by flight attendants, air marshals and some 9/11 family members. the delay will allow it to review the issue. back now to dagen and connell. connell: very nice. what a crazy story. i appreciated. moving right along. thank you. dagen: apple could make some history this afternoon. posting its biggest second-quarter sales. connell: what are the analysts participating? this is the big one tonight. elizabeth macdonald joining us now. here is what they are watching for. >> i want to get to the sales numbers. we are looking for improved sales versus a year ago. the real story line here is that you are an improvement and iphones expected. improvement and iphones are expected. i want to get to the quick debate. peak apple. that is what we are looking at right now. is it a value trap or a bottom fish stock? apple is trading with the same pe as dell. it has three times, triple google sales. apple guidance is below actual reve
departments were showing the badge today. the tsa also stuffing up passenger screenings. meanwhile, event organizers began revisiting security plans for big upcoming gatherings. the oklahoma city marathon, a bike race in houston, a 10k in miami, nascar in virginia, even the kentucky derby and indy 500 getting a second look. >> i think the event in boston yesterday will raise once again the consciousness that there is a reason, there is a need for the extra security that they encounter. >> reporter: since 9/11, there's been a dramatic increase in the use of security cameras. today an influential republican called for even more. >> out on the street, there's not an expectation of privacy. >> reporter: at the lapd intelligence nerve center, the police chief insisted his cameras and officers can't do it alone. >> there is no way that 10,000 los angeles police officers can watch over a city of 4 million people. without the help of the people that they're watching. >> reporter: the message since 9/11, if you see something, say something. police and security experts are reiterated to us today th
, if you will, of the airport, with the customs and border protection, tsa, they got the coast guard right in boston harbor. but yes -- and all those private video cameras that are up there which will help apprehend the wrong doer here. i think one thing that's going to happen -- it's very difficult, we're not going to stop holding marathons in this country but there's going to be more security an more control at some of the points where people mass at an event like a marathon. >> it would seem as if we have an intelligence apparatus, a security apparatus that's really good at identifying and going after international terrorists cells around the world. but what is the line between trying to protect americans from the lone wolf and the longer we don't know something, it seems as if i've talked to security officials who are now just assuming that the longer we don't know, the more likely this is a lone wolf. whether domestic or international motivated, but the lone wolf type of scenario. can you secure for that and is that going down a rabbit hole where you can nyou can never se it? >> well,
countries, different systems, but it's pretty much the same thing. i agree with rod. they've gone to tsa, they've gone down through their video surveillance, through their system, gone through every known system we have in this country, every law enforcement system. they come up with nothing. the thing i fear, the more i look at this video, is that the -- the suspect two, he's so blatant and arrogant and blase about it -- >> sean: the kid in the white hat? >> yes. is that a wig? is that somehow an enhanced nose. is he really -- does he really not look that way? does he have some kind of makeup on? you know, you kind of wonder what is going on with that blatant, brazen display. >> you know what, mark, can i say this quickly? that's an excellent observation. i think with suspect number two, you know this very well, mark, i think he's young. he didn't cover up his face, try to disguise himself, because he's young, not a hard-core criminal, doesn't know how we investigate these things, so it never dawned on him to hide his face. >> sean: mark? >> i think that rod could be absolutely right. w
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